Is The Future of Cars Sustainable, Or Is It Already Too Late?
Indiana Lee 1.10.23
Have we waited too long to start the slow conversion to electric, and can the nation’s infrastructure stand up to the demand for EVs?
Ready for a Change: 3 Steps to Change Your Career Path at Any Age
Indiana Lee 12.13.22
It's never too late to invest in your life and career
Improve Your Freelance Efficiency and Productivity With These 5 Work-From-Home Tips
Making Progress as a Freelance Writer
Urban Cities and Seniors: Why Retirement Homes Aren't the Only Option
Choose Life in the City as you get older - living in a city can offer seniors a better and healthier life with access to so much more than they would have if they were placed in a retirement or nursing home.
Sustainable Changes to Your Everyday Life
Indiana Lee 9.19.22
Thinking about what you eat and what you wear
James Campion celebrates a big one
How Age Happens to The Worst of Us
Creating A Home Office With Your Mental Health In Mind
Make that work-life balance enhance your soul
Ways for Freelancers to Start Marketing Their Writing Services
Indiana Lee 9.1.22
Learning how to market yourself
Fifty-one Years Later: Meeting High School Friends
Dr Bonnie Devet
It’s summer. It’s high school reunion time. It’s the season for a managed, staged reunion at an overly posh country club, organized by the same folks who had controlled everything else during the high school years, from clothing styles to cars driven.
James Paul McCartney Turns 80
I feel obligated to acknowledge the eightieth birthday of James Paul McCartney – June 18, 2022.
One Alien Alienation in the Alien Nation
David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars at 50
Helping Writers Find Solace in Sobriety
Indiana Lee 6.7.22
As a writer, you’ve probably heard the maxim commonly associated with Hemingway “Write drunk, edit sober”. In fact, this kind of thinking may have led you to think that drinking alcohol will, in some way, improve your creative practice.
Designing Your Van’s Home Office
Creative Lifestyles on the move
How Technology Has Changed the Writing World
Writing has always been technological. From papyrus paper to printing presses, writers have used the latest technology for thousands of years to record stories, poems, memoirs, and musings.
Developing Self-Growth That Revolves Around Creativity
Indiana Lee 5.2.22
Creativity is subjective, and so is personal growth. The relationship between these two things is more apparent than most people realize.
Sam Hawksmoor 4.11.22
Are you ready for the change?
Tom Hackney 5.1.22
Of all the rocks in all the places it had to pick Peekskill ...
Is Art Important in Studying?
Jane Turner 4.1.22
Creativity is fundamental to a well-rounded education
Sadie - 2006 - 2/22/22
It was a day I have dreaded for years. You can say, even mentally and emotionally prepared for. It came. And none of that mattered
Using Smart Tech to Remain Energy Efficient This Winter
Indiana Lee 2.16.22
How to be Smart and save money
Strategies for Writers Facing the Challenges of the Digital Age
In a lot of ways, earning your living as a writer is a dream career. It’s not something that you stumble into by chance. If you’re a writer, odds are, it’s because you love it. After all, it’s a calling and a passion.
Communicating With Narcissists You Can't Avoid
Indiana Lee 2.1.22
How to avoid exhaustion when dealing with a narcissist
Encouraging Employee's to Pursue Degree Dreams
Indiana Lee 1.26.22
Investing in your employee's education can pay dividends
Accessing Healthcare as a College Student
Indiana Lee 1.19.22
Find an affordable healthcare plan now
Balancing Freelance Writing & Graduate School
...you are sure to find a client that you can write for using the lessons that you learned at school.
Remote Work Positions for Aspiring Freelancers
Indiana Lee 12.1.21
If you want to make the most money possible as a freelancer, you’ve got to open yourself up to new niches and experiences.
Purchasing a Home to Suit Your Freelance Needs
Indiana Lee 11.5.21
If you’re a freelancer, you must consider what kind of home you need to stay efficient, productive, and happy as you work.
Why we read dystopian fiction
Sam Hawksmoor 10.12.21
People will vote for someone who says you can have it all – no need to change – just make sure you’ve got a handy generator to pump out the water when Florida goes under water.
What do think the final outcome will be in the Ukraine?
Sam North 3.1.22
'The fight is here, I need ammunition, not a ride' - Volodymyr Zelensky
Remote Business Data Security
Indiana Lee 2.21.22
How to stay safe and secure out of the office.
Let’s talk about using tech to your advantage to protect your business and the data of your customers.
Get Qualified in the Mental Health Economy
Financial and Cybersecurity Risks for Remote Workers
Indiana Lee 1.26.23
Remote work has seen a significant rise in popularity over the last few years. For writers, remote work isn’t really anything new. However, the shift in popularity has created several pros and cons to working from home.
Republican Obsession: Federal Abortion Ban
Women’s Reproductive Rights Already Under Siege by 118th Congress - There are no moderates in a party now completely ruled by fascists and religious fanaticism.
Mr McCarthy Your Chickens Have Arrived & Are Primed to Roost
James Campion 1.7.23
Republican Domestic Terrorism Part II
This very public, tragic, and gloriously hilarious humiliation was made ever more painful when considering McCarthy failed in much the same way in 2015
Trump: The Week That Was
James Campion 1.3.23
From Recommended Criminal Charges to Fraud-Addled Tax Returns - Can anyone recall a worse week for a public figure that did not end up face down on a rug in his bathroom with his pants down around his knees?
James Campion 12.17.22
Weeding Out the January 6 Treason & It’s Fallout
Respect for Marriage Act
James Campion 12.3.22
& The Consequence of Chucking Civil Rights on a Lark
The Gen Z Wave & The Future of National Politics
Midterm Turnout of Young Voters Shifts Balance of Power
Women's Reproductive Rights Wins!
Democratic Midterm Upsets Resets the National Voice
Assault, Antisemitism, Social Security Threats, Twitter Sale & Women’s Rights
Aaron Judge & The Revising of Baseball History
James Campion 10.9.22
Judge is a class act – cool as a cucumber, humble, and damned talented. He is not just a slugger.
The Cruel Dumbness of Ron DeSantis
Or How to Use Innocent Humans as Political Props and Get Sued - Why is the governor of Florida involved in quasi-border security debates he knows next to nothing about and has no jurisdiction over?
Don't Be Fooled - All Republican Candidates Want Abortion Ban
James Campion 9.4.22
GOP hopes no one will realize a fascist Republican-controlled Supreme Court has stolen the liberties of 51 percent of the electorate.
Republican Hypocrisy 101
James Campion 8.19.22
Cops, Government Overreach, Domestic Terrorism, Lecturing - How do Republicans, who have indiscriminately defended racist police no matter what sub-level maleficence they enact on the citizenry, square this sudden anti-law enforcement rhetoric?
Put Pro-Choice to a Vote Everywhere
Red-State Kansas Shows the Way - I want to first point out that putting the personal sovereignty of a citizen’s internal organs on the ballot in any way shape or form in places not called China or Russia is beyond comprehension.
What Goes Around Comes Around
Sam Hawksmoor 8/1/22
Justice for Ukraine may not come quickly. The capacity to live with misery and low life expectancy in Russia is hard to shake.
Done With Republicans -
A Study in Futility & Fascism
James Campion 7.16.22
And A Pathetic Attempt To Wake Up Feckless Democrats
What the Roe?
James Campion 7.1.22
Man, This Is Stupid – Horrible and Un-American – But Really Stupid - How are municipalities supposed to uphold abortion as a crime? To be blunt: How exactly do you police this?
4 Ways to Be Mindful in a High-Paced Career
According to the American Institute of Stress, 83% of U.S. workers suffer from work-related stress.
Inflation Train = Political Pain
James Campion 6.7.22
It's the Economy Stupid ... Again
James Campion 5.27.22
...there had been at least 39 shootings in K-12 schools, colleges and universities in 2022, resulting in at least 10 deaths and 51 injuries.
Freelance Writing? You Need to Find Your Niche(s)
Jaron Pak 6.01.22
Making a living as a writer takes work
Preparing for Women to Become Government Property - James Campion 5.7.22
Alito sets America on fire - all of those states have “trigger-laws” that kick in once this glaringly apparent Supreme Court ruling comes down, which grants state governments the complete power over the innards of over half of its public.
Ron Desantis is definitely not a closet transgender communist member of the KKK inspired by Mein Kampf - James Campion 4.23.22
Dismantling Scurrilous Rumors About the Florida Governor One at a Time
James Campion 4.1.22
New Rules for NYC – Curtesy of the Yankees & Mets $$
Death Rattle Battlefield
James Campion 3.28.22
How Putin’s Folly in Ukraine is Systematically Destroying Russia - These are desperate times for a despot living in a fantasy.
Putin's Big Mistake
Stark-Naked Emperor Stumbles Into Infamy
Suddenly, the man looks spectacularly stupid and embarrassingly weak. Add in a sprinkle of pettiness, a dab of irrationality, and top it with pure idiocy.
"Legitimate Political Discourse" Week - James Campion 2.12.22
How We Got Here & Where We’re Going - Supporting terrorism of any kind is a bad look, even for fun and argument, especially when representing the entire GOP stance.
The Russia Thing ...Again
James Campion 1.29.22
Let’s put this out there first: No one thinks engaging in a war with Russia is a good idea. Not even those who claim to think it is a good idea.
So ... I Got Covid
James Campion January 2022
Diary of the Infected & Discoveries Along the Way
I had it pretty bad – chills, fever, headache, bouts of dizziness, sore throat, coughing, the whole thing.
Preparing for Holiday Fulfillment Challenges
Indiana Lee 12.21.21
This begins with putting measures in place to make sure you always keep your consumers in the loop.
Regarding Tik Tok 12/17 National School Threats
Thoughts from a Parent on the New Violence Normal - It totally sucks that we must be wary of our children walking into a school that may or may not be shot up or blown up today. Right?
What exactly do we care about?
Dermot Sullivan 9.12.21
China found guilty of genocide against the Uyghurs - Uyghur Tribunal London
The Politics of Choice
The most important Supreme Court hearings on women’s reproductive rights since the 1973 Roe v Wade decision to legalize abortion under the U.S. Constitution’s Fourteenth Amendment